iPad Going Pro

New iPad Generation, image source: www.tapscape.com

New iPad Generation, image source: www.tapscape.com

It is speculated that Apple’s Keynote presentation will reveal the new iPad generation alongside the widely anticipated iPhone 6s. The new iPad range will include the iPad Pro, with a large high resolution display screen thought to measure between  12.2 and 12.9 inches across.  The device, which analysts have been anticipating for several months, will be a welcome piece of kit for professionals in the medical, construction and design industries.  The display is also expected to be much improved with a resolution of 2732 x 2048 with 263 ppi in comparison with the current iPad Air 2’s 2048 x 1536 display.

The iPad Pro is supposedly going to have speakers on both sides to emit an amplified stereo effect. It is believed that Apple may also launch a Force Touch stylus to go with the new larger iPad to all.

The keynote presentation will take place on September 9th in the Bill Graham auditorium, which seats an audience of 7,000 in San Francisco. The world awaits

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